A man hit by a Tube train while apparently bending down to pick up his bag dies, British Transport Police confirm.
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a Missouri bishop, Robert Finn, who pleaded guilty three years ago to not reporting child abuse by a priest.
A Glyndwr University student who died after taking diet pills she bought online wanted to start a campaign warning others of the dangers.
The lives of six boys with a deadly genetic disease have been transformed by a pioneering treatment to correct errors in their DNA, say doctors.
NZ council takes on marsupial 'pest'
Twitter says it will take action against a wider range of violent threats as part of new efforts to tackle abuse on its platform.
An international team of researchers proposes adding an extra mass extinction to the current list of five.
British number three James Ward loses to Turkey's Marsel Ilhan in the first round of the Barcelona Open.
Award-winning author Toni Morrison condemns the killing of several black men by white police officers.
A significant case review into the death of toddler Mikaeel Kular finds that the circumstances leading to it "could not have been predicted".
Tesco has confirmed its UK broadband service has been down for more than three hours.
Manchester United defender Chris Smalling has agreed a new contract with the club until June 2019.
The number of migrants dying in Mediterranean Sea crossings could hit 30,000 this year, migration officials warn.
Images from the campaign trail: 21 April
Italian prosecutors say many of the hundreds of migrants who died when a boat capsized in the Mediterranean on Sunday were locked in the hold and unable to escape.
A child born with foetal alcohol syndrome is refused permission to take her case for criminal injuries compensation to the UK Supreme Court.
An investigation is under way into how a plane-load of passengers were apparently able to enter the UK without having their passports checked.
'Sack Hopkins' getting more support than migrant rescue mission
The Liberal Democrats are suggesting that councils should be allowed to double council tax on second homes.
A Hillsborough senior police officer admits a memo he wrote asking for evidence of "unruly behaviour" was an attempt to "denigrate" Liverpool fans.